During our gala at Bio Rio six awards and three honourable mentions was handed out. Congratulations to all winners!
Read more about the jurys here.
The winners are:
Tempo Documentary Award
Martha & Niki by Tora Mårtens
Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award
Mr Gaga by Tomer Heymann
Read the motivation here
Hedersomnämnande Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award
Flotel Europa by Vladimir Tomić
A Flickering Truth by Pietra Brettkelly
Tempo Short Award
The Body is a Lonely Place by Ida Lindgren
Hedersomnämnande Tempo Short Award
The loony-bin! by Moa Junström
Hotel Kristineberg by Roxane von Gerber Hedayat och Moa Kjellstrand
Hedersomnämnande New Doc
The Family by Ika Johannesson
Short Dox Radio
Mikael född 1975 by Simon Moser
Hedersomnämnande Short Dox Radio
Påtvingat liv by Taina Adolfsson
Josefin & Florin by Ellen Fiske and Joanna Karlberg
The festival is now entering a busy weekend at all the festival venues and places. Among other Noncitizen continues today with it’s seminars and dinner while Where Dreams Cross holds the festival’s second outdoor viewing.
Tempo Documentary Festival is half-way in and is now beginning to screen some of the more popular films from it’s program. Don’t miss todays master class with Pietra Brettkelly, the premiere of Johan Palmgrens latest the Taxiklubben and much more.
Wednesday is the Tempo Documentary Festival work in progress day at Bio Rio but the festival offers much more on films, seminars and the first doc-tails at Barbro. (more…)
The second day of the 17th edition of Tempo Documentary Festival is already going on. This year Tempo offers it’s largest program ever including everything from films, radio, seminars and workshops.
Tempo Documentary Festival begins today and the app Tempus Fugit makes it’s premier at the festival. The app which contains location-specific audio walks, all uniquely created for the app, can only be heard in various places in the public space through its GPS function.
Already on this Saturday, Tempo Documentary Festival is sneak opening with the opening of the photo exhibition The Urban Front at Magnolia Gallery & Restaurant in Mariatorget.
Diala Brisly was one of the Syrian artists and guest that was supposed to attend the Tempo Documentary Festival seminar Syriatypes. But now she’s been denied entry to Sweden and will miss the festival 2016. (more…)
Black Panthers were more than high fists, berets and loaded guns at Oaklands streets. Don’t miss the festival’s film breakfast on Sunday, March 13 with the subsequent conversation with Black Coffee .
The nomadic cinema and culture project Noncitizen invites to a two day seminar filled with discussions, films and dinner with artists, journalists and film professionals during Tempo Documentary Festival.